Christopher Biggins: Big Brother is a fix
Christopher Biggins has claimed that 'Celebrity Big Brother' is a fix and "bosses wanted him out from the beginning"
Christopher Biggins has claimed 'Big Brother' is a fix.
The 67-year-old television personality - who was removed from the infamous house during the most recent series of 'Celebrity Big Brother' - believes the show's bosses "wanted him out from the beginning".
He said: "Everyone has said it. They wanted [Stephen] Bear or Marnie [Simpson] to win. And look what happened. I've had nothing but positive comments on Twitter since I left the house. I feel bosses wanted me out from the beginning."
Christopher was kicked out from the house after making "a number of comments capable of causing great offence to housemates and the viewing public" and he is now claiming he did not receive the fee he had expected.
He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I was told I would get a certain amount when I was kicked out and it was half of that."
Meanwhile, Christopher was previously forced to defend the comments he made in the house, which led to his removal.
He said: "Renee [Graziano] said she knew a CIA man who told her that the American government had come up with the virus in order to get rid of people in third world countries - I had also heard the rumour.
"Then I said to her that there were a lot of bisexuals who went to these countries and had sex, and then took it back to their wives or lovers and gave them the virus. That's what I've read and that's what I believe."